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Should we believe in our lucky star? cover
Christian Dior

Should we believe in our lucky star?

Should we believe in our lucky star?

45sec |12/03/2022
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Should we believe in our lucky star? cover
Should we believe in our lucky star? cover
Christian Dior

Should we believe in our lucky star?

Should we believe in our lucky star?

45sec |12/03/2022
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Christian Dior did, and he was right. At the end of the 1940s, through his dresses and his headline-making collections, Christian Dior infused Paris haute couture with a spirit of daring, joy and renewal.

Across the course of five episodes, “The many lives of Christian Dior” recounts the extraordinary adventure of a shy and sensitive young boy who would grown up to become a man whose name was known throughout the world. A man admired, and sometimes criticized, who embodied the elegance of the golden age of fashion, the Dior age.

Crédits :

The many lives of Christian Dior is a podcast produced by the House of Dior. Writing: Caroline Halazy, David Honorat and Jérôme Gautier. Acting: Charlotte Le Bon and Lambert Wilson. Sound recording, direction and mixing: Maxime Singer and Benoît Laur. Delegated production: Binge Audio Creative. Original music: Victor Novak. Graphic identity: Upian.

Description

Christian Dior did, and he was right. At the end of the 1940s, through his dresses and his headline-making collections, Christian Dior infused Paris haute couture with a spirit of daring, joy and renewal.

Across the course of five episodes, “The many lives of Christian Dior” recounts the extraordinary adventure of a shy and sensitive young boy who would grown up to become a man whose name was known throughout the world. A man admired, and sometimes criticized, who embodied the elegance of the golden age of fashion, the Dior age.

Crédits :

The many lives of Christian Dior is a podcast produced by the House of Dior. Writing: Caroline Halazy, David Honorat and Jérôme Gautier. Acting: Charlotte Le Bon and Lambert Wilson. Sound recording, direction and mixing: Maxime Singer and Benoît Laur. Delegated production: Binge Audio Creative. Original music: Victor Novak. Graphic identity: Upian.

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Christian Dior did, and he was right. At the end of the 1940s, through his dresses and his headline-making collections, Christian Dior infused Paris haute couture with a spirit of daring, joy and renewal.

Across the course of five episodes, “The many lives of Christian Dior” recounts the extraordinary adventure of a shy and sensitive young boy who would grown up to become a man whose name was known throughout the world. A man admired, and sometimes criticized, who embodied the elegance of the golden age of fashion, the Dior age.

Crédits :

The many lives of Christian Dior is a podcast produced by the House of Dior. Writing: Caroline Halazy, David Honorat and Jérôme Gautier. Acting: Charlotte Le Bon and Lambert Wilson. Sound recording, direction and mixing: Maxime Singer and Benoît Laur. Delegated production: Binge Audio Creative. Original music: Victor Novak. Graphic identity: Upian.

Description

Christian Dior did, and he was right. At the end of the 1940s, through his dresses and his headline-making collections, Christian Dior infused Paris haute couture with a spirit of daring, joy and renewal.

Across the course of five episodes, “The many lives of Christian Dior” recounts the extraordinary adventure of a shy and sensitive young boy who would grown up to become a man whose name was known throughout the world. A man admired, and sometimes criticized, who embodied the elegance of the golden age of fashion, the Dior age.

Crédits :

The many lives of Christian Dior is a podcast produced by the House of Dior. Writing: Caroline Halazy, David Honorat and Jérôme Gautier. Acting: Charlotte Le Bon and Lambert Wilson. Sound recording, direction and mixing: Maxime Singer and Benoît Laur. Delegated production: Binge Audio Creative. Original music: Victor Novak. Graphic identity: Upian.

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